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CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC NOTICE I-95 Pavement Rehabilitation and Safety Improvements Groton, Stonington, and North Stonington The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) is taking this opportunity to advise the public of two planned construction projects along I-95 between Interchange 89 and the Rhode Island state line, within the towns of Groton, Stonington, and North Stonington. These projects are being initiated to maintain a state of good repair along the highway corridor via pavement rehabilitation and safety improvements. Construction for Project No. 58-340 (1-95 Northbound work) is antici- pated to begin in the Spring of 2023. Construction for Project No. 58-307 (I-95 Southbound work) is antici- pated to begin in the Spring of 2024. The proposed activities associated with the subject projects will in- clude: *Rehabilitate the existing I-95 pavement structure to address subsur- face conditions that necessitated temporary repairs in Fall 2021 and provide a uniform structure throughout the corridor. *Upgrade guiderail and other roadside safety elements to current stan- dards throughout the project limits. *Construct new roadway illumination in the vicinity of Interchanges 89 and 90. *Install safety fencing on select bridges over I-95. Proposed maintenance and protection of traffic during construction operations will include temporary lane shifts and lane closures during allowable off-peak hours. Temporary ovemight ramp closures may be required to facilitate specific work; however, extended duration detours are not anticipated. Traffic operations are being coordinated with the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, as necessary. There are no impacts to private property anticipated as part of these projects. These projects shall be undertaken using Federal (90%) and State (10%) funds. Residents, commuters, business owners, and other interested individ- uals are encouraged to contact Mr. Brett Stark of BL Companies, the Consultant Liaison Engineer for CTDOT's Division of Highway De- sign, with any questions or comments. Individuals may leave a question or comment via email (preferred) at bstark@blcompanies.com. Individuals may also leave a voicemail question or comment by call- ing Mr. Stark at (860) 760-1920. CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC NOTICE I-95 Pavement Rehabilitation and Safety Improvements Groton, Stonington, and North Stonington The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) is taking this opportunity to advise the public of two planned construction projects along I-95 between Interchange 89 and the Rhode Island state line, within the towns of Groton, Stonington, and North Stonington. These projects are being initiated to maintain a state of good repair along the highway corridor via pavement rehabilitation and safety improvements. Construction for Project No. 58-340 (1-95 Northbound work) is antici- pated to begin in the Spring of 2023. Construction for Project No. 58-307 (I-95 Southbound work) is antici- pated to begin in the Spring of 2024. The proposed activities associated with the subject projects will in- clude: *Rehabilitate the existing I-95 pavement structure to address subsur- face conditions that necessitated temporary repairs in Fall 2021 and provide a uniform structure throughout the corridor. *Upgrade guiderail and other roadside safety elements to current stan- dards throughout the project limits. *Construct new roadway illumination in the vicinity of Interchanges 89 and 90. *Install safety fencing on select bridges over I-95. Proposed maintenance and protection of traffic during construction operations will include temporary lane shifts and lane closures during allowable off-peak hours. Temporary ovemight ramp closures may be required to facilitate specific work; however, extended duration detours are not anticipated. Traffic operations are being coordinated with the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, as necessary. There are no impacts to private property anticipated as part of these projects. These projects shall be undertaken using Federal (90%) and State (10%) funds. Residents, commuters, business owners, and other interested individ- uals are encouraged to contact Mr. Brett Stark of BL Companies, the Consultant Liaison Engineer for CTDOT's Division of Highway De- sign, with any questions or comments. Individuals may leave a question or comment via email (preferred) at bstark@blcompanies.com. Individuals may also leave a voicemail question or comment by call- ing Mr. Stark at (860) 760-1920.